One of the most important things to take into consideration when making the decision to add a new product to your beauty regime is what ingredients that product contains.
It is important that you do your research on the product to ensure that all of the ingredients used are safe and will not have negative side effects on your skin. If you have been having issues with thinning, over plucked eyebrows, you have probably heard of Librow, a product created by Cosmetic Alchemy, a company that is known for their combination of pharmaceutical and cosmetic ingredients.
Cosmetic Alchemy claims that Librow combines cosmetic and pharmaceutical ingredients that will both promote growth of your eyebrows and gradually make them darker through a tinting agent.
This, they claim, will reduce or even eliminate your need to use eyebrow pencils.
If you are considering adding Librow to your daily beauty regime, it is important that you examine the ingredients before making a decision. You need to ensure that you are not allergic to any of these ingredients, as well as that they are all safe to use on your face on a daily basis. Reading the following will give you a better idea of if Librow contains ingredients that are safe for you to use, and ultimately if this product is safe for you.
Remember, everyone is different so a product that might be highly effective for one person could be useless or even dangerous for someone else.
What are the Active Librow Ingredients?
Librow claims that it will stimulate growth in your eyebrows while also gradually tinting them a darker shade, but what ingredients cause these results to occur?
The first thing that you should know is that the company website guarantees that their products are not tested on animals. One of the great things about this product is that all of the active ingredients that it contains are all natural. First there are the ingredients that promote eyebrow regrowth. Most of the ingredients responsible for this are natural plant extracts which are supposed to encourage circulation of the hair follicle while also reducing damage caused by free radicals.
The company claims that this will promote eyebrows to grow in thicker and darker.
The tinting agent is also an all-natural ingredient. It is a botanical tinting agent which temporarily darkens the colour of your eyebrows.
Has this Product Been Tested for Safety?
This product has been tested on numerous occasions, and has been found to be very safe to use.
You should keep in mind, however, that it has not been tested in every situation.
If you have sensitive skin that is easily irritated by beauty products, you should consult a dermatologist before deciding to add Librow into your beauty regime. If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, you should not use Librow as it has not yet been tested in this situation.
You should also ensure that you are using the product properly to ensure that you have the more successful and safe experience using Librow possible.
What do I Need to be Careful of?
Although Librow only contains safe, all-natural ingredients, there are some things that you should keep in mind if you do decide to use it.
- The first thing that you need to ensure is that you are only using Librow once a day, either in the morning or at night. You should not be using it more often than this, as overuse can irritate the skin. It can also slow the progress of the product.
- You should also make sure that you are applying the product to clean, dry skin. Wash and dry your skin before applying for optimal results.
- When you are applying Librow, be sure that you are removing excess product from the brush before applying it. Librow is very concentrated and powerful, so you should not use an excessive amount.
It is also important to be very careful that you are only applying Librow to the areas where you want your hair to grow in thicker and darker, as some users have reported that if they accidently applied it to areas where they did not want this, they noticed hair starting to grow there that never had before.
One other thing to keep in mind is that if you are prone to dry skin, Librow can potentially irritate this further, causing the skin around the eyebrows to become itchy and irritated. If you are prone to dry skin, you should talk to a dermatologist before deciding to use Librow. It is important to note that because the tinting agent in Librow is only temporary, you do need to use it on an ongoing basis in order to maintain the results that you achieve.